Logical learners think mathematically. These students prefer using logic, reasoning and systems. Logical learners recognize patterns easily, as well as connections between seemingly meaningless content. This also leads them to classify and group information to help learn or understand it. They typically work through problems and issues in a systematic way. This is done by creating to-do lists and ranks them in order before putting them into action. Their scientific approach to thinking means they support their claims with logical examples or statistics. They pick up logic flaws in other peoples words, writing or actions. They also tend to enjoy games like brainteasers, backgammon and chess.